Sivar writes: "ForMortals.com built 'a truly solid-state PC'. A silent PC is one that makes absolutely no noise, and by necessity has no moving parts (including fans). Such systems usually use very low-end hardware limited to trivial tasks such as running a cash register. The system introduced today, a Solid-State PC (SSPC) is a powerful quad-core Windows 7 system which runs most software faster than the majority of modern PCs, yet uses less than 25W idle."
Charles Burns writes: "George Ou has published instructions to seed torrents reliably through Comcast.
"The difference in speed for this rare torrent was an astounding 100 fold increase in performance as well as a reliable Torrent that doesn't depend on an individual slow seeder in a residential Cable broadband network who may shut off his computer or P2P application or get TCP reset.""
Sivar writes: "StorageReview has reviewed the new 300GB WD Raptor hard drive. "The improvements between the the VelociRaptor and its predecessor dwarf all previous upgrades." and "Its noise and power measurements are among the lowest we have ever recorded.""
Sivar writes: "There's finally some competition in the terabyte drive market. StorageReview has... a comparison of all three 1,000,000,000,000-byte (give or take) drives on the market. That's a lot of...."
Sivar writes: "TechRepublic has a wireless security guide (PDF warning, individual parts in HTML here) covering LEAP, EAP-FAST, RADIUS, and other acronyms nice for those serious about making wireless networks actually secure."